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“Grammy Hair Standouts”

These trend-setting divas, usually make small changes in their hairstyles to update their look. Since long hairstyles dominate the celebrity music scene, hair cutting is kept to a minimum in changing these beauties from year to year. So what’s new??? Grammy hairstyles seem to be opting longer, with soft long layering framing the face. Longer, heavier bangs, or grown out bangs to cheekbone. The Grammy celebrity hair color this year is blonde, darker blondes with foiled in streaks, and some lighter skinned divas go white or palest yellow/white blonde.

Here’s how these divas flaunted their style last night at the Grammy’s.

Madonna grew her hair longer, added golden blonde, grew longer layers, cut in heavy bangs and used a flat-iron.


Gwen Stephani wears slicked back and the lightest blonde, a beautiful mom to-be.

Sheryl Crow grows it longer, and uses a flat-iron, pretty and a change from her also, beautiful big hair curls.

“You’ve come a long way baby!” Kelly Clarkson, brunette, American Idol winner, to a better blonde,”Best Pop Vocal.”

Egads! Is this all her own? Hard to say, but it was better last year 6 inches shorter and healthier looking.

Mary J. Blige, clap,clap, great do, it shows off a beautiful face – and WOW color!

Faith Hill does a partial pull-up and curling irons ends . . . nothing special.

I love Bonnie Raitt, have loved her signature “Red”, but year, after year, after year? Yawn . . .

Christina Aguliera, with platinum, Jean Harlow classic 40’s hair . . . but a bit excessively embellishing the song!

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The only short Grammy Hair

Allison Krause, the only diva to dare short tresses. It just needs some added shine, and contrasting high lights.



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